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|Quests||Liberate the Limeware|
Chun-Ook is a ship located in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. It is operated by Nevosi Hlan and can be found at the docks in Ebonheart. It belongs to the East Empire Trading Company. The ship is used for transportation of passengers, but it also serves as cargo ship for many illegal goods.
Nevosi Hlan stands on deck and a guard patrolling the harbor wanders the ship regularly. Various containers hold not much of interest, apart from some units of moon sugar. A locked door leads to the Cabin and a trapdoor on the other side down to the upper level.
A level 30 lock blocks the door to the cabin. The small room is used as living quarter for the highest ranking officer on the ship. There is a table for eating, drinking and attending paperwork, and a bedroll on the floor for the nights. Various sorts of alcoholic drinks, indcluding a very valuable Vintage Brandy, can be found inside a chest and on a shelf. There are some septims in another chest. Most unusual is the Servant's Skull actually sitting on the chest with the beverages inside.
The upper level of the ship is reached through a level 25 locked trapdoor. It serves as the main habitable room as well as storage space. Two guards are stationed here as the ship lies on anchor. Some of the inventory in this room is highly incriminating: A considerable amount of moon sugar, a skooma pipe and a flask filled with skooma point to illegal smuggling activities.
The lower level, again only accessible through a level 30 locked trapdoor from the upper level, builds the belly of the ship. It houses some more containers with some wares and money. The Dwarven limeware which must be stolen during the quest "Liberate the Limeware is stored down here together with less valuable silver plates. The five limeware bowls and limeware cups are smuggled goods as well, since trading with these goods has been restricted.
Due to trade restrictions the glassware trader Alarvyne Indalas has run short on Dwarven limeware. She knows of shipment of this valuable good stored in the Chun-Ook and asks the Nerevarine to steal it for her.
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